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Clean Energy vs. Nonrenewable Resources

When you think of the word “clean energy” what comes to mind? Can the average Joe actually define this term? Clean energy is produced by renewable resources. So a way that we are able to make clean energy is by using resources like water, oxygen and the sun. The Organic Comfort Zone CozyPure  products are..

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Made In The U.S.A

At Organic Comfort Zone we pride ourselves on making all of our CozyPure® products in the U.S.A. When you decide to purchase a product that was completely made in the USA like our LaNoodle pillow versus foreign countries you will feel the highest quality of comfort. When someone purchases a “Made in the U.S.A” product they..

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Another Hotel Chooses CozyPure Organic Mattress & Bedding

On February 23rd, 2012, posted in: Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

We’re pleased to announce another hotel partnership! The Hotel Cape Charles, located on Virginia’s Eastern Shore, has selected CozyPure natural latex organic mattresses, along with our LaNoodle Cuddle-Top natural latex mattress topper and LaNoodle natural latex pillows. The hotel is being renovated to it’s original historic beauty and is set to open in May 2012...

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CozyPure Organic Mattresses & Bedding Retailer in Baltimore

On January 6th, 2012, posted in: Miscellaneous, Natural Bedroom, Renewable Energy, Retailers by 0 Comment

We’re finally gearing up to offer CozyPure® to select retailers across the country! The Inn at the Black Olive, who chose CozyPure® mattresses and bedding for their lovely sustainable hotel, will be one of the first to offer our products to consumers in the Baltimore and Washington, DC area. “Our guests absolutely love the sleep..

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We Generate our Own Renewable Energy

On April 28th, 2011, posted in: Environment, Miscellaneous, Renewable Energy by 1 Comment

We had fun making this video and thought we’d start with a quick peek at our renewable energy system. The problem with the video is the footage we took is from “Phase One” – about one year ago…. You may notice when we show the solar roof panels there are only a few panels.  Now..

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Countdown to Earth Day: Reduce Electricity

On April 20th, 2011, posted in: Eco-Tips, Green Living, Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

There are lots of ways we can reduce our electricity. Here’s a list of just a few easy steps to take in your everyday lifestyle: USAGE. If you’re not using it, turn it off. Pretty easy! LIGHTBULBS. If you haven’t “switched” to Compact Fluorescents then put this on your list. Not only do they reduce..

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Blissful Ignorance

On April 15th, 2011, posted in: Environment, Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

. I had this crazy dream…. It was a warm day. Overcast and shady. I was swimming in a long canal. Very relaxed, serene and peaceful. I was unaware of anything except feeling free while I effortlessly enjoyed the water. It truly was magnificent. Suddenly, the clouds departed and the sun shone brightly. Down into..

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Is It Safe to Bring Bedding From Home to Hotels?

With hotel bedbug plagues making the news, people who travel often for business or pleasure have been forced to take extra caution when unpacking in rooms and at home. The notion that bedbugs only stay in bed is a myth, for it’s strongly recommended to take luggage directly to a safe place after your trip..

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Should You Order a Mattress From an Online Store?

On October 30th, 2010, posted in: Green Living, Healthy Lifestyles, Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

When it comes to good sleeping habits, owning the perfect mattress for your bed is critical. When it is time to buy a new bed set, your first instinct is naturally to head out to the nearest department store and test out a few mattresses to see how well they suit your body. While this..

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What Part Do You Play in the American Economy?

On December 22nd, 2009, posted in: Made in the USA, Miscellaneous by 0 Comment

We all agree that the state of the American economy is not good – but really who is at fault? The Government? The War? Or could it be that a large part of the blame should be placed right in the hands of the American citizens? Consider for a few minutes your purchases over the..

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